2010-11 Field Hockey News

  • Three Terriers Selected to National Academic Squad
    March 16, 2011
    Waterville, Maine - Thomas College field hockey players, Junior Cathleen Cloran, First year Leah Jankovic and Senior Ali Kriegel were selected to the 2010 Gladiator by SGI/National Field Hockey Coach Association (NFHCA) Collegiate National Academic Squad.
  • Field Hockey Season Wrap Up
    November 15, 2010
    Waterville, Maine - The Thomas field hockey team is climbing the ladder in 2010 as they finished the season with an overall record of 5-11 and 3-4 in conference play. Sophomore Ally Kenendy lead the team in scoring with eight goals followed by Junior Kristin Masessa with six goals and one assist and Senior Ali Kriegel with one goal and nine assists. Senior goal keeper Megan Denby was a standout in goal this year accumulating 169 saves and a .765 save percentage. She led the conference in saves and was fourth in save percentage. Kriegel was fourth in the conference with assists. Both Ali Kriegel and Kristin Masessa earned second team all conference honors.
  • Field Hockey Cut Down by Castleton
    October 30, 2010
    Castleton, VT - - The Thomas College Field Hockey Team season ended on Saturday when they fell to the forth seeded Castleton State 8-0 in the North Atlantic Conference Tournament first round.
  • Denby Earns NAC Player of the Week Honors
    October 26, 2010
    Waterville, ME -- Senior Goal Keeper for the Thomas College Field Hockey Team, Megan Denby (Copiague, NY) earned North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week Honors (10/18-10/24). Denby had an amazing week in the goal for the Terriers stopping 24 shots in a 2-3 OT loss to UMaine at Farmington on Wednesday and followed that up by stopping 10 shots on Senior Day in a 3-2 loss to first place St. Joseph's College.
  • Thomas' comeback falls short on Senior Day with 3-2 loss
    October 23, 2010
    Waterville, ME -- On a day that Thomas would recognize their senior class, the Terriers fells short to Saint Joseph's (ME) 3-2. Prior to the game Thomas honored five seniors on the team: Alexis Evans (Embden, ME), Kellie Martel (Cambridge, ME), Ali Kriegel (Winslow, ME), Sarah Estes (Brewer, ME), and Megan Denby (Copiague, NY).
  • Terriers Drop a Heartbreaker in OT
    October 20, 2010
    Farmington, ME -- The Thomas College Field Hockey Team (5-9, 3-4 NAC) fell to University of Maine at Farmington (11-4, 5-1 NAC) 3-2 in overtime in non- conference action today. Kristin Masessa (Montville, ME) and Sarah Estes (Brewer, ME) were both able to find the goal and Senior Goal Keeper Megan Denby (Copiague, NY) was able to stop 24 of the 27 shots on goal she saw.
  • Thomas wins on the road 6-1 over NAC opponent Rivier
    October 17, 2010
    Nashua, NH -- The Terriers finished up their weekend away from Waterville with a 6-1 victory over Rivier Sunday afternoon. The win put Thomas 5th in the NAC with only one more conference game to play this season.
  • Terriers Fall to Castleton State
    October 16, 2010
    Castleton, VT - - The Thomas College Field Hockey fell to North Atlantic Conference foe Castleton State 4-1. Senior Goal Keeper Megan Denby (Copiague, N.Y.), stopped 11 shots in the loss as the Terriers fall to 4-8 (2-3, NAC). Castleton improves to 9-5 (3-2, NAC).
  • Thomas falls to Husson 5-1 in Play 4 The Cure game
    October 06, 2010
    Waterville, ME -- Today's match was the Play 4 The Cure game to honor breast cancer survivors and raise money for this cause. Husson would take the win 5-1 in a match against conference rivals.
  • Field Hockey to Play 4 The Cure
    October 04, 2010
    Waterville, ME -- The Thomas College Field Hockey Team is pleased to announce that on Wednesday October 6th they will be taking part in Play 4 The Cure along with The Eagles of Husson University.
  • Field Hockey Finishes the Weekend with Second Conference Win
    October 03, 2010
    Newton, MA -- The Thomas College field hockey team (4-6, NAC 2-1) followed up a big win over Simmons College yesterday with another big win against conference foe Lasell College (4-7, NAC 0-4) defeating the Lasers 5-4. The win improves the Terriers to 4-6 and 2-1 in the North Atlantic Conference.